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William Andrews addresses the Welcome Church in Lurgan, Craigavon and explores the meaning behind the Day of Pentecost,(Feast of Weeks) highlighting that the Levitical priesthood were only a caretaker management which assumed only the temporary (physical) authority of Melchizedek until the true heir Jesus Christ came and restored the priesthood back into the family of God by making us all priests under Him after the Order of Melchizedek
William Andrews of Exploding Word Ministries addresses the Welcome Church in Lurgan, Craigavon and explores the reason revealed within Scripture as to why God created the earth and all aspects of life. William highlights the Fruits of the Spirit as being the complete character of the divine being and that those same fruits form the underpinning spiritual law for all life.
William Andrews of Exploding Word Ministries addressed a Church Service in Lurgan Craigavon and explores the difference of the slogan WWJD 'What would Jesus Do' with the scripturally recommended TIWJD 'This is what Jesus did'. William provided examples from the bible to show that Jesus made a direct difference within peoples lives and that He also commissioned us to continue the work that He started until He himself returns to complete His mission which was given to Him from the Father when all things are put under his authority.
William Andrews of Exploding Word Ministries looks at the principal of teaching young children and shows that Our Heavenly Father has used the same technique with us when He is teaching us about His plan for our lives and the wonderful future He has envisaged for each and everyone of us through His Son Jesus Christ.
William Andrews - Exploding Word Ministries explores the history of the Feast of Trumpets and looks forward to it's fulfilment with the return of Jesus Christ. William also examines new research which suggests that the return of Jesus Christ could be imminent - <b>The identified speaker wishes to highlight a number of inconsistencies within the sermon and would like to highlighted these to the listener. The term Feast of Tabernacles is incorrectly used as it was meant to be Feast of Trumpets throughout. The Father of John the Baptist was made mute by the angel and not blind as stated within the sermon and the zodiac sign was Virgo and not Libra as discussed toward the end of the message. The speaker accepts that these inconsistencies would be confusing to the listener and apologies for same.</b>
The 5th Commandment is the natural link between the first four commandments and the last five. It teaches us the way to learn the proper respect for both God our Father and our elder brother Jesus Christ and how to live at peace with our human brothers and sisters whom we share this world with.
William Andrews (Exploding Word Ministries) examines the science behind the gospel and explains why Jesus had to die on the Cross for our sins.
The story of Job show the life of a human being who pleased God and was considered to be prefect in his generation. As we examine the story we regularly find fault but we need to remember that Job is a fore-running type of Christ and the level of suffering that he endured is only a shadow of the suffering that Jesus subsequently endured.
Our relationship with the Father is paramount to Jesus and throughout his ministry Jesus continually highlighted that we need to be one both with himself and the Father.